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Nightline #646340

ABC Special for Friday, Nov 03, 1989

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Live discussion re: tenth anniversary of US Iranian embassy employees taken hostage by Iran with Ted Koppel (ABC) and former President Jimmy Carter; taped excerpt of interview with former National Security Advisor Gary Sick; taped segment with James Walker (ABC), excerpts of 1979 news reports with Sam Donaldson (ABC), then State Department Spokesperson Hodding Carter, President Carter, Iranian Ayatollah Khomeini, Dorothea Morefield, Ali Agah, and Frank Reynolds (ABC); taped segment with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), "New York Daily News" former editor Michael O'Neill, ABC News President Roone Arledge, Hodding Carter, and excerpt of news report by Frank Reynolds (ABC); taped segment with Bill Redeker (ABC), Iranian Parliament member Ebrahim Asghar Zadeh, and unidentified Iranians; taped segment with Bob Dyk (ABC), former Deputy Secretary of State Warren Christopher, and former President Carter.

Duration:
00:59:00

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